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The Europeanization of CinemaInterzones and Imaginative Communities$
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Randall Halle

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780252038457

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: April 2017

DOI: 10.5406/illinois/9780252038457.001.0001

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Interzone Xperimental

Interzone Xperimental

Migration and Moving Images

(p.151) Chapter 6 Interzone Xperimental
The Europeanization of Cinema

Randall Halle

University of Illinois Press

This chapter examines the rapid and accelerating technological transformations to film that have been happening in the last decade. These transformations make it anachronistic to speak solely of film and require the analysis of a more inclusive moving image. Moreover, these transformations have occurred simultaneously with the developments of globalization and transnationalism. Broadband, streaming video, and networked social relationships have been central to the formation of new communities and new forms of engagement with existing social conditions. The chapter seeks to highlight the interconnection between technology politics and economy by focusing on the question of moving-image experiments and migration. It focuses on the works of filmmakers who have worked in an experimental mode.

Keywords:   technological transformations, experimental films, moving image, globalization, transnationalism, migration, broadband, streaming video, social conditions

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